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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 523! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that is a crowd! thank you very much! [ cheers and applause ] that's an audience right there. great new york city crowd. welcome, everybody. welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. [ cheers and applause ] you made it. you're here. mel brooks is on the show tonight, you guys. >> steve: yeah! come on! [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. i'm so excited right now. what a show. guys, here's what people are talking about. first, we're now less than a a month away from the first presidential debate. and get this, donald trump's campaign manager says that unlike most candidates, trump may not practice beforehand with mock debates. [ light laughter ] that's because he plans on doing all his mocking at the debates. [ laughter and applause ] "nice suit, hillary. nobody likes the look you look, i guarantee it. hashtag." did you see this, though? trump tweeted a video yesterday where hillary clinton's nose keeps growing like pinocchio. so, at first glance, most people just thought it was another anthony weiner tweet. [ laughter and applause ] it was a different thing. >> steve: it was not. it was not. it was not. >> jimmy: actually, anthony weiner's wife, huma abedin, has decided to finally separate from him after his latest sexting scandal. so, ladies, he's single. [ laughter ]
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donald trump even weighed in on all this, saying our national security may have been compromised by the scandal, because weiner's wife had access to hillary's security briefs. i wouldn't worry, though, because weiner's only sharing stuff that's in his own briefs. [ laughter and applause ] so, you'll be good. you'll be fine. ♪ >> steve: weiner. >> jimmy: this is pretty big news. pope francis met with mark zuckerberg yesterday at the vatican. it was revealed the pope doesn't actually have an official facebook account. in other words, he wants to connect with millions of catholics worldwide, just not the ones he went to high school with. he's like, "no, i don't-a like you. you were a bully to me in high school." [ light laughter ] during their meeting, zuckerberg actually gave the pope a drone. the pope was, like, "you mean it hovers above us and sees everything? yeah, i already have one of
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those. [ laughter and applause ] it's called god." some tech news -- he gave him a drone. >> steve: did he really? >> jimmy: gave the pope a a drone. >> steve: so that old nerd -- >> jimmy: no, no -- >> steve: what was it? >> jimmy: that nerd zuckerberg gave the pope a drone. this old pope calls rome his home. that's right. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: the nation. >> jimmy: its exhausting yeah. some tech news here. it's rumored that apple may be coming out with an iphone made entirely out of glass. when you buy it, the guy at the store says, "see you in a a couple days!" [ laughter and applause ] some news out of london, queen elizabeth is advertising for a housekeeping assistant to live and work in buckingham palace. the job would require dusting all the palace antiques, like chandeliers, vases, and queen elizabeth.
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[ laughter ] "make sure you get the back of my neck!" guys, we -- [ light laughter ] "oh, that tickles. oh!" we only have a week left in "bachelor in paradise" -- [ scattered cheers ] yeah and it's been great so far. but if you didn't see last night, one of the women was a a little surprised when she actually started to like a guy, who's an expert on erectile dysfunction. but she described his job a a little differently. check it out. >> i just didn't expect this. especially with him! this is ridiculous. this is a ridiculous thing to be happening. how did i fall in love with a a penis man? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: please, penis man was my father's name. just call me -- just call me penis. [ applause ] penis.
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incidentally, "how did i fall in love with a penis man" is a a question anthony weiner's wife is asking herself right now. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: weiner. >> jimmy: and this is real. what i'm about to show you is real. this made me laugh. a man in norway had to be rescued by firemen after he got stuck in a toilet trying to get his friend's phone. this is totally real. take a look at this photo here. oh! [ audience ohs ] >> steve: oy! >> jimmy: got even worse when his friend was like, "oh, never mind. hey, sorry, my phone's right here. sorry, my bad. [ laughter and applause ] i wasn't wearing the jacket at the time!" and finally, new research finds that students perform better in school if they have an attractive teacher. which is just what teachers want to know from a parent reading, "maybe bobby wouldn't be failing if you took better care of yourself." there you go. [ laughter ] we have a great show, everybody! please give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, sound great, guys. we have a big week of shows ahead. tomorrow night, our pal, david spade, will be here tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] plus, the kids from "stranger things" will be dropping by. [ cheers and applause ] we got something fun planned with them, so be sure to tune in to that. then later this week, harry connick, jr., meg ryan. [ cheers and applause ] and the most decorated olympian of all time, michael phelps will be joining us here. [ cheers and applause ] and we'll have a performances from zara larrson and magician dan white. it's going to be a good week. [ applause ] but, first, we have a fantastic show tonight. let me just take a peak at this. he was a guest on johnny carson's first "tonight show" right here in studio 6b on october 1st, 1962. and he's back here almost 54 years later.
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still the funniest guy in the room. the one and only mel brooks is stopping by! >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mel books. that's my man right there. gosh, he's funny. he's unbelievable. i worked with max brooks, remember his son, max? >> steve: a delight. >> jimmy: at "saturday night live." we wrote sketches together and stuff when i was on the show. and he was working, and, like, i'm working on this "zombie's guide to the apocalypse" or something book. and i go, "oh, cool, i have no idea about zombies. i don't know anything about it." anyways, it's the biggest book in the world. and then he wrote "world war z." the movie with brad pitt. it was like the biggest thing in the world. >> steve: a zombie movie, yeah. >> jimmy: he was way ahead of his time. i was like, "oh, wait, i had something to do with that book." [ light laughter ] plus, she's one of the biggest names in music right now. rita ora is on the show. >> steve: oh, come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we love rita ora. she's cool. and we have music which features members of interpol
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and the wu tang clan. banks & steelz is here, you guys. [ cheers and applause ] guys, it's time to take a look at the stories making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad. it's time for "pros and cons." here we go. ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: tonight, we'll be taking a look at the pros and cons of being a freshman in college. [ light laughter ] school is starting up. lots of kids leaving home for the first time. not sure what to expect. so, let's take a look at the pros and cons of being a a freshman in college. here we go. pro -- beginning a new phase of your life. con -- the debt phase. [ light laughter ] >> steve: still a phase. >> jimmy: pro -- writing your first term paper. con -- citing each source as "uh, not wikipedia?" [ light laughter ] pro -- taking a bunch of group selfies with your new roommates. con -- your eyes are closed in the one that gets posted to instagram, meaning that you're the least important friend.
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>> steve: that's how you know? >> jimmy: think about that. that's how you know. pro -- getting sent a giant package from your mom. con -- getting texted a tiny package from anthony weiner. [ laughter and applause ] oh, that's interesting. >> steve: he's trying to go through school. >> jimmy: unfollow. just unfollow. unfollow. pro -- hillary clinton hopes to provide free college tuition within four years. con -- just in time for you to graduate, perfect. there you go. [ applause ] great timing. perfect. and finally, pro -- meeting a bunch of new friends. con -- that you'll end up ignoring 20 years down the line on facebook. [ laughter and applause ] there you guys have it. those are the "pros and cons." we'll be right back with more of "the tonight show", everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'll have that goat cheese garden salad. that gentleman got the last one. sir, you give me that salad and i will pay for your movie and one snack box. can i keep the walnuts?
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she died that day protecting the young children in her care. when it came time to vote on background checks, pat toomey crossed party lines to do the right thing. that's who he is, and i'm grateful. independence usa pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we have a big show tonight! [ cheers and applause ] fun, fun show, legendary. historic show. guys, you know we're always striving to get better here at the "tonight show," harder, better, faster, stronger. [ laughter ]
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so before every show, we put out a suggestion box for the audience just to get some feedback about what you guys think of the show. things you'd like to see us do, that kind of stuff. so tonight, let's look inside the audience suggestion box, please. b ♪ [ cheers and applause ] this one's from renee wellington. hey jimmy, with this election talk, the news has been so boring lately, is there any way you can lighten up up a bit and make it more fun? that's actually a pretty good suggestion. it has been pretty serious lately. so we took some of our footage of actual newscasters and edited to make it look like they were beat boxing. check it out. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: what? try another suggestion here. it's from zack jacobson. hey jimmy, i'm a big fan of podcasts. i think it'd be fun if there was a podcast hosted by two people who work at your show. do you think you can make that happen? well i thought that was sounded fun too. so a few months ago we recorded a podcast, called the "tariq and adler show." starring our own tariq trotter from the roots, and one of our writers, johnathan adler. now, keep in mind, these two barely know each other, and have rarely spoken aside from an awkward head nod in the hallway. [ laughter ] so tonight -- we have the second installment of their podcast. please, enjoy. >> tariq: hey what's up, i'm tariq. >> and this is adler. >> and this is the "tariq and adler" podcast. >> okay when you go swimming, would you wear a bathing suit that doesn't have the netting inside? >> sometimes i do, but i prefer with the little nettings, the little man panties. >> what do you need that for?
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>> um to support my balls. >> okay. [ laughter ] >> tariq: i'm sure you've done that. >> would you want to go camping in the woods with me? just for one night? >> tariq: that's weird and awkward, but i would totally do it. >> if someone asked me to name mc, i would probably name you which i guess would be wrong. >> tariq: no, no you are spot on. >> what does it take, you're an mc? >> i'm the mc. >> what is, if i practice -- >> tariq: never, you could never do it. [ light laughter ] >> how old were you when you were able to first grow, like, a full mans beard? >> umm, 15. >> oh, my god. you don't like to dance? >> tariq: i don't like to dance. and i don't feel like i'm a a good dancer. >> i didn't even have a dj at my own bar mitzvah party, because i'm so afraid of dancing. >> tariq: that sucks, man. >> i didn't want to dance in front of all my relatives, so there was no band or dancing. >> that's so sad, man. that's sad.
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i'm so sad for you. [ laughter ] like, i'm sorry, man, jesus. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: interesting, i can't believe -- ♪ >> steve: wow. [ applause ] >> jimmy: i want to hear more of those. [ laughter ] let's try one more from the old suggestion box here. this last one is from cole mitchell. says hey jimmy, have you heard of this guy, papa razzi, who's written thousands of funny and weird songs on the internet. you should have him on the show. i actually have heard of him. and he's great, he's real, this guys name is matt farley. he's been known for writing as many as 20 songs a day. yeah. he's a real guy. we're big fans of his here at the show, and he's actually here tonight to perform one of my favorite songs called, "used to be a pizza hut." [ light laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, please welcome to the stage, matt farley of papa razzi and the photogs. [ cheers and applause ]
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when you're ready, take it away. ♪ it used to be a pizza hut it used to be a pizza hut it's not a pizza hut anymore but to me it still is ♪ ♪ used to be a pizza hut used to be a pizza hut someone else moved in and is doing something else now ♪ ♪ it'll always be a pizza hut always be a pizza hut ♪ ♪ i don't care what you're trying to sell me will always be a pizza hut always be a pizza hut ♪ ♪ it still looks like a pizza hut it still looks like a pizza hut ♪ ♪ it used to be a pizza hut used to be a pizza hut it'll always be a pizza hut always be a pizza hut ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh it used to be a pizza hut but i can't take it seriously no no no no ♪
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♪ because it used to be a pizza hut it still looks like a pizza hut ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh oh it used to be a pizza hut it used to be a pizza hut ♪ ♪ it still looks like a pizza hut it'll always be a pizza hut ♪ >> jimmy: there you go. thank you very much. that was great. [ applause ] hey, thank you, buddy, i appreciate that. matt farley of papa razzi and the photogs. stick around, we'll be right back with mel brooks, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ t-mobile's coverage is unstoppable. we doubled our lte coverage. and, with extended range lte, it reaches farther than ever. now you can stream video and music free in more places
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>> jimmy: oh, we are joined right now by one of the greatest writers and directors in the history of the comedy business. he is here tonight to show us his new book "young frankenstein: a mel brooks book: the story of the making of the film," as well as to tell us about "mel brooks: back in the saddle again," a live conversation and screening of the legendary film "blazing saddles" at radio city music hall this thursday, september 1st. please welcome the hilarious mel brooks! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: mel brooks! oh, my goodness! [ cheers ] that's what i'm talking about. >> yeah. >> jimmy: you look like a a million bucks. >> you want me to tell you the truth? >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] >> i always liked you, even
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though your collar's a little too short. [ laughter ] i -- i came here. >> jimmy: yes. >> i booked this when i was booked on radio city music hall down the block. 6,000 seats. >> jimmy: yeah, sure. >> and we had sold about 300, 400 seats. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i said, "we got to -- we better do something exciting to sell the tickets." well, what about jimmy fallon? he's in new york. so, okay. book me on the fallon show. okay, well he -- okay, he'll be glad to get you. okay. [ laughter ] so, we book you. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and then by the time i got here, there are no seats left. i mean -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's too late now. it's too late. you're already here. >> but now i'm here. >> jimmy: let's have a great time. [ laughter ] >> we'll try to have a good time. >> jimmy: we'll try to have a a good time. i can't guarantee anything. [ applause ] [ applause ] and how's your son doing? how's max doing? >> he's okay. he said not to mention him on
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the show. >> jimmy: oh, okay. nevermind. sorry. [ laughter ] max! come on, man. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: too late now, man. you're from brooklyn, right? you're a brooklyn kid? >> uh -- am i? i was born in williamsburg. >> jimmy: yeah, absolutely. >> you know, people say -- no, years ago, when i was a kid, they'd say, "where were you born?" i'd say, "williamsburg." they'd say, "virginia?" i'd say, "yeah." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a nice virginia boy, yeah. >> but we grew up in a a tenement, in williamsburg. it was -- it was really nice. >> jimmy: how many brothers and sisters did you have? >> i have three older brothers, i was the baby boy. >> jimmy: were you trouble? >> no, no, i was busy, but i wasn't trouble. and my mother used to make -- on a kaiser roll, she'd make a a butter and a lot of sliced tomatoes, put it in a brown paper bag, and she'd throw it out the window, and i'd catch it and i'd sit on the curb with eugene and murray and benji and it was great. tomato, salt, pepper, buttered
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kaiser roll. eat my lunch, and, you know, we'd play punch ball or something. it was great. one day, she threw -- i was a a very good athlete, i would just, you know -- [ laughter ] never missed. [ cheers and applause ] one day -- woof! bang! flat. missed it on the curb, brown paper bag, wet tomato running -- [ laughter ] kaiser roll crushed. [ laughter ] i took it, and i put it on my lap very carefully, peeled it, peeled it, got the kaiser roll, and the tomatoes, and i ate it very slowly. [ laughter ] i began to cry. [ laughter ] because it was the greatest thing i ever ate in my life. [ laughter ] she had made a living pizza by -- you know, just by -- [ laughter ] it was incredible. >> jimmy: a precious pizza. [ applause ]
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>> every day when she threw it down, i would just suddenly miss it. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, you liked it better crushed. >> pick it up flat. you know? ah, those are great days. we lived in a front, and the window was open, and one night, bernie, the brother next to me -- i -- i was about five, and -- maybe four -- and i -- i had to pee. i really had to pee. so i had to go, and bernie was in the bathroom, so i, you know, i said, "bernie, i got a a pee, i gotta pee!" knocked, and -- "bernie, i gotta pee!" bernie said, "i'm going." which trumps peeing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if you're already going -- >> there's no two ways about it. >> jimmy: there's no two ways about it. >> so i didn't know where -- either the sink is too high. i couldn't -- [ laughter ] i mean, there's no -- there isn't a bucket. i don't -- [ laughter ] but the front window's open. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, no, no, no, no, mel. no! [ applause ] >> i'm in heaven. [ laughter ]
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[ applause ] i go to the window, and in a a beautiful arc -- [ laughter ] just let it go right out the window, and everything was great until i heard total consternation below. why? because jewish women including my mother were sitting on the steps -- [ audience ohs ] just below. "it's coming from your apartment!" [ laughter ] [ applause ] that was a tough -- that was a a very tough night, and i never told -- i just -- i heard her, like a rhinoceros going up the steps, you know. there was a lot of anger. i jumped in the bed, i pull over the covers, never told bernie. and bernie come out of the bathroom, and says, "hi, mom." bang! [ laughter and applause ]
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>> jimmy: what's wrong with you, bernie? >> when i was 82 and bernie was 78, i told him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: it's nice you told him. i want to talk a little bit about gene wilder. >> oh. >> jimmy: who just recently passed. >> you know, he was sick. and i knew it. and he was such a dear friend. and i expected it. >> jimmy: yeah. >> i expected he would go, but -- i don't know, when it happens, it's still tremendous. it's still -- it's a big shock, you know? i'm still reeling from that -- no more gene, i can't call him, i can't -- it's -- and he was such a a wonderful part of my life, you know? >> jimmy: do you remember meeting him for the first time? >> oh, he -- well, i met him when my late wife anne bancroft was doing "mother courage," a a bertolt brecht play, and gene
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was in it. he was the chaplain. and he came backstage, and i got to know him a little bit, and he kept saying, "why are they laughing?" because the chaplain is a great part. it's sad and funny. it's touching, and it can be amusing. so he said, "why are they always laugh -- they are always laughing at me. why are they laughing at me?" i said, "look in the mirror. blame it on god." [ laughter ] but we became very good friends, and i told him about leo bloom and the thing i was writing called "the producers," and i -- [ applause ] and i said -- and i said, i said, "look, i'm promising you," i said, "after -- when we get the money, you are going to be leo bloom." he said, "oh, yeah, when you get the money. you're doing a play about two jews who are producing a flop instead of a hit knowing they can make more money with a
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a flop, and the big number in it is 'springtime for hitler.' yeah. you're going to get the money." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. see ya later -- i'll never see you again. >> so anyway, miracle of miracles, i did get the money. joseph e. levine, avco embassy -- we got the money. i went backstage, and gene was in a murray schisgal play called "luv", l-u-v. and he was wonderful in it. and he was taking off his makeup, he was in the dressing room, and i took the script, and i said, "gene, we got the money. we're going to make the movie. you are leo bloom." and i threw it on his makeup table, and he burst into tears, and held his face and cried, and then i hugged him. it was a wonderful moment. you ended up going from there to -- you did "blazing saddles." and "blazing saddles," unbelievable. [ cheers and applause ] it's unbelievable.
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unbelievable how funny that is. >> you don't -- really, you don't have to push it anymore. we're sold out. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, i know you're sold out. no one can make it. you can't -- no, no, no, no. [ laughter ] >> sorry, folks. >> jimmy: sold out, everybody. you won't see it. >> it's a tic. it's a tic. >> jimmy: it's a tic. it's a tic. a nervous tic. >> it's a nervous tic. [ laughter ] i have to do that. >> jimmy: you have -- >> look. did you expect to have such a a good time here tonight? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're doing "blazing saddles" with gene, and then he says, "i have an idea for a --" >> yeah, he was -- he was sitting -- instead of -- everybody was having lunch, and he was writing on, like, a a legal pad. i looked at the top, and it said "young frankenstein." i said, "what the hell is that?" he said, "well, i had an idea. what if the grandson of victor frankenstein was a
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a serious, brilliant surgeon and wanted nothing to do with the people that were responsible for making the monster and animating, reanimating dead tissue?" so he said, "you know, and he's fighting it, but it's in his blood." i said, "that's a terrific idea. that's a great -- would you -- you want to write it with me?" he said, "yeah." we were casting together, and he said, "what about peter boyle?" i said, "perfect." perfect. big. we'll make him a little bigger, we'll pad him up. he said, "okay. he's the monster. what about cloris leachman? mrs. danforth. perfect. frau blucher -- [ horse whinny ] [ light laughter ] she's going to be perfect. and i said, "what about madeline kahn?" no tongues, no tongues, madeleine kahn. the best. she adlibbed that. she -- when gene went in to
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kiss her -- >> jimmy: yes. >> she said, "no tongues." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: she is the coolest. >> she was the best. >> jimmy: the best. i mean, come on. just gorgeous and funny. >> and then i said, "what about marty feldman?" and he said, "he is igor!" i mean, he is. >> jimmy: i mean, i love that. frankensteen, eye-gore. >> and marty feldman, you know, with his eyes going that way, i said -- [ light laughter ] i said, "gene, any time we want to hide from marty feldman, put your nose against him. [ laughter ] he'll never see you. he'll never see you. >> jimmy: i want to show everyone a scene just from -- here's a scene from "young frankenstein." this is when gene wilder's fiancee madeleine kahn arrives at the castle in transylvania. here we go. >> i'd like you to meet my assistants inga and igor. >> how do you do? how do you do? >> this is my financier, elizabeth. >> hello i'm so happy to meet you at last. >> uh, finance. >> excuse me, darling, what is it exactly that you do do?
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>> oh, well, i assist dr. frankenstein in the laboratory. we have intellectual discussions and we -- as a a matter of fact, we were just having one as you were driving up. >> right. [ gibberish ] >> what? >> igor, would you give me a a hand with the bags? >> certainly. you take the blonde, and i'll take the one in the turban. [ laughter ] >> oh. [ growling ] >> oh! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. madeleine kahn going -- [ laughter ] oh, my gosh. well, thank you so much for coming. i'm so happy that you came on the show, and i'm so sorry you're sold out. [ light laughter ] next time come when the show's not sold out and we can sell tickets. >> well, it's a pleasure. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh. [ applause ] the great mel brooks. go see him at radio city this thursday if you can get in. and buy this book. it's out october 18th. rita ora joins us after the break. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is a a multi-platinum recording artist who's had several chart topping songs around the world. she'll be releasing new music later this year. oh, i want to hear about that. and she's the new host of "america's next top model" which will premiere on vh1, in december. everyone, please welcome, rita ora! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: hi, rita! >> hello, hello. >> jimmy: ah, welcome back. you look complete. >> just have to get cozy. hi! >> jimmy: you look gorgeous. welcome back. >> thank you.
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i thought i'd wear some sequins for you. >> jimmy: ah see, you look out for me. thank you very much. >> cause usually i'm on that side. i was just getting ready behind the curtain, i was like usually, i'm like waiting for the exposure, not walking out. how do i not walk out? >> jimmy: fantastic. >> i did unbuckle. >> jimmy: well, thank you for being here and talking. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i want to hear about everything. you have a very big gig coming up. you're going to the vatican? >> oh, yeah. i know. i leave tomorrow. >> jimmy: so you're going to sing to the pope? >> okay, so i'm not, really, like the most -- i'm more of a a spiritual person, and so, the vatican, i figured out, is actually a big deal. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, yes, it is. absolutely. >> right? >> jimmy: it's as spiritual as it gets. yeah it's up there. >> and then i looked at the guest list, and i just see p-o-p-e, and i'm, like -- pope! >> jimmy: yes, that's exactly, he's going to be there. >> and then i thought, what do you wear to see the pope? and now i know he doesn't have facebook, i can't check out what everyone wore. [ laughter ] and, i'm, like, "oh, so -- yeah." >> jimmy: what are you doing? do you know what song you're singing? >> oh yeah, i'm singing ♪ what child is this who laid to
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rest ♪ don't know the rest of the words. >> jimmy: no, no, no one does. you don't need it. >> yeah, i'm singing that. >> jimmy: what an honor. >> oh, it's massive. i mean, it really is. i'm really looking forward to it. it's actually to celebrate mother teresa who has now become a saint. >> jimmy: that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> yes. >> jimmy: absolutely. >> i know, and so i'm going to go and do the whole, you know, what's up pope thing. >> jimmy: no, no, you can't say, what's up pope. >> no? >> jimmy: i don't know, no. i think you have to google, what to say to the pope. cause it's a big deal. >> i know, i know. i know -- >> jimmy: it's fantastic. >> i know, i'm really looking forward to it, it's a real honor, and i don't know if anyone's actually really done the whole vatican venue thing before so -- >> jimmy: no. >> it's a bit interesting, that the vatican is someone's venue. >> jimmy: exactly, yeah. >> it's going to be fantastic. >> jimmy: did you ever think when you were a kid, that you'd one day grow up and perform for the pope? >> no. no. no. no. no. [ laughter ] no, just thinking if i've had any dreams, no i've never dreamt about the pope. >> jimmy: no, but that's a big step. it's the biggest gig in the world. >> it's massive.
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>> jimmy: when did you realize it, when you were a kid, oh, that performing is what i want to do? >> well, i joined the choir when i was six. in london, we have these little things, and they weren't that big of a deal. and then i went to theater school, and then since then, i kind of, my dad owns a pub, you see, and so all the regular drunkies, i don't know what you call them, oh, alcoholics. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: you make it sound so charming. the accent makes me sound cute, yeah. alcoholics, yeah. >> they would be there, and, you know, i'd have to, like, you know sing. ♪ i've got a lovely bunch of coconuts ♪ ♪ all standing in a row big ones, small ones some as big as your head ♪ yeah. >> jimmy: you really paid your, were you paid? no, your dad owned it. >> no my dad was like, and then he'd make me clean the pub after. >> jimmy: that's what good dads does, absolutely. >> shout out to the dads. >> jimmy: yeah. how 'bout music for you? new music? >> ah yes, signed a new deal. i'm actually recording as we film the show, i was recording as i was shooting the two "fifty shades" movies too in vancouver, and, so you know, i'm kind of doing it all at
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once. it's really weird. it's 2016. so i thought, make a cocktail. >> jimmy: it's a big year, yeah. you are making a great cocktail. yeah, absolutely. cause you have that, and then "america's next top model." >> yes. >> jimmy: how did this come about? >> well, shoutout to tyra banks, star of the show. >> jimmy: i love tyra banks, absolutely, yeah. [ applause ] >> well you know, she asked me to really just come and re-kind of 2016 the show. and so i thought, well i can't really fill her footsteps, cause you know, she's been doing it for so many years. and, one, i'm from london, and it's "america's next top model," so i thought how we going to make that work? but, two, i thought, we can actually find females this year who really are doing more than just one thing, and are becoming entrepreneurs, and not just independent women, and these girls i've got on the show, i'm just seeing elevate into, these gorgeous like businesswomen, and that's really what i love to see. especially in our day and age of the internet and social media, and all that stuff. you never know who's going to get famous these days. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. >> you know what i mean? >> jimmy: well i think you are
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going to do a great job. you're going to be fantastic. and we love having you here. >> aw, i love you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: every time you're here, you're always great. we're sending you good vibes. tell the pope, tell the pope that we said hi. >> i will. >> jimmy: break a leg, break a a leg. you're going to be great. rita ora, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] we'll be right back with a a performance from banks & steelz. stick around, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ mr. brady, we've been expecting you. will you be needing anything else? no. not a thing. beautyrest black. get your beautyrest.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next performers are two incredibly talented musicians, paul banks of interpol and rza of the wu tang clan, who are making their television debut tonight as banks & steelz. performing "giants" off of their new album, "anything but words", give it up for banks & steelz. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ banks and steelz in the building flash the camera i'ma drop the hammer ♪ ♪ things done changed in hip hop since they let
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♪ ooh giants heart of david you know it takes just one giants ♪ ♪ giants everything is shaking through the walls we are giants ♪ ♪ giants heart of david you know it takes just one get some ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, thank you, thank you. oh, come on. good to see you. thank you. banks & steelz! [ cheers and applause ] catch them on tour now. we'll be right back, everybody! banks & steelz! [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks, my thanks to mel brooks, rita ora, banks & steelz, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] and the roots in philadelphia, pennsylvania right there. [ cheers and applause ] stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. i hope to see you tomorrow. bye-bye, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- sean "diddy" combs, d.j. khaled, and french montana, star of "antibirth" actress, natasha lyonne, music from french montana, featuring the 8g band with allison miller. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers. >> seth: good evening, i'm seth meyers, this is "late night" how is everybody doing tonight? [ cheers and applause ] all right, that's great to hear. in that case, let's get to the news. hillary clinton spoke yesterday about her preparation for the upcoming presidential debate and told reporters, quote, "i do not know which donald trump will show up." yes. will it be the kind, generous,


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